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Ivanka 2024? Iowa Tweet Fuels Presidential Speculation

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A tweet by Ivanka Trump is raising eyebrows in the political world as it may hint that President Trump’s daughter and adviser may have national aspirations of her own.

The younger Trump took to Twitter on Monday to write that she loves Iowa, using an exclamation point for extra emphasis. Her tweet quickly garnered over 10,000 likes.

Trump was retweeting a tweet by Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds of Iowa, who wrote “On this day in 1846, President James K. Polk signed a bill making Iowa the 29th state in the Union. Happy Statehood Day to the great State of Iowa, and to all who proudly call her home.”

Iowa – of course – is the state whose caucuses for nearly a half a century have kicked off the presidential nominating calendar – and the Hawkeye State’s must stop for White House hopefuls.

The younger Trump is no stranger to Iowa — she was last there for a two-day swing on the eve of last month’s election, campaigning for her father’s as well as for GOP Sen. Joni Ernst’s reelection. The elder Trump defeated President-elect Joe Biden by 8 points in Iowa, and Ernst ended up easily winning what was expected to be a difficult reelection.

Ivanka Trump also traveled to Iowa just before the 2018 election to campaign for Reynolds as she ran for a full four-year term as governor.

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